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Thread: My 'New Knee' Project

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    Junior Member jjsnacks's Avatar
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    lovely .... another project to put on my to do list

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    love those hexagons....best wishes for your recovery!
    Just passing through!

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    Glad your knee is doing so well. My mom (age 87) just had it done but had a fall and had to have hip replacement done too. She is having more trouble. Love your flower garden. It will be very pretty and colorful when you are done.

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    Looking good! Great project for the hospital. Look forward to seeing final project!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    I love the scrappy look. I just finished a flower garden. It did not have the pizzazz yours does.

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    Yep, I would say you're hooked! I am working on my 3rd hexie quilt. This latest one will be diamonds rather than the flowers. I see hexies in my dreams!

    I do hope you are healing nicely from your replacement. My DH had both his done about 13 years ago....3 months between surgeries. He is still doing very well. I have a bad knee, and was advised that I might want to look into replacement, but after setting thru PT with DH, I think I'll just suffer thru, at least for now.

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    BEAUTIFUL!.... I hate to hear about your knee surgery. My DH had his total knee replacement in 2010. Our prayers are coming your way!
    Penny
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    Gotta love those 1930s reproduction fabrics! All the little hexagons look fantastic. Every time I see them I want to do them.

    I hope you're all healed up!

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    lovely work
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Glad to hear the knee is mending well. Don't you just love handwork. I find it so relaxing. Your hexagons will make a lovely quilt.
    Eileen

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